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We are a physician supervised medical weight loss center. Our program uses a variety of options to address and prevent weight related chronic health problems by helping you achieve a healthy weight. The program uses a combination of nutritional guidance, appetite suppressants (diet pills), behavioral therapy, active lifestyle, and medication management to help you achieve your goals. The program is designed and run by Dr. Carl Knopke who is a recognized leader in Obesity Medicine. Our patients find the program affordable and easy to follow. Please read further to learn more about us.


At our Rivside, CA weight loss center center we use a combination of education and medical grade meal replacements to facilitate weight loss. Items that we offer include shakes, bars, and meat products. Each meal replacement assures an appropriate amount of protein for healthy weight loss and avoidance of hunger. We also give dietary advice on foods that you may prepare or purchase. The education we provide helps you to keep your weight off for the long term.

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We provide appetite suppressants or “diet pills” to most of our patients. There are a variety of different medications to choose from depending on the specific condition of each person. They range from phentermine which has been in use for over 50 years to the newer medications such as Contrave, Belviq, Saxenda, and Qsymia. Anorectic medications help you to avoid hunger, and enables dietary behavioral change & may also help to increase your metabolic rate to help in weight loss.

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lipotropic and b12 injections

Many patients notice a metabolic boost and improved weight loss with a weekly injection. Our lipotropic injections contain a blend of methionine, inositol, choline, vitamin B12, L-carnitine, and adenosine. The combination can help to increase energy levels and encourage fat metabolism. Ask to have this added to your regimen. Or you can elect for B12 injections alone. Some people have vitamin B12 deficiencies due to an inability to absorb the vitamin or as a side effect of taking certain medications. 

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Dr. Carl Knopke, M.D., FOMA, FAAFP

Dr. Knopke has received extensive training in Obesity Medicine through the Obesity Medicine Association (OMA). He spoke in 2016 before a national audience at the American Academy of Family Physicians annual meeting, FMX 2016, on the topic of obesity. On several occasions, he has spoken before regional audiences educating other physicians on the basics of Obesity Medicine. In 2017 he completed his service on the board of trustees for the O.M.A. and received the prestigious Steelman-Seim Educator Award for Excellence in Academics for his educational activities. He is Board Certified in both Obesity Medicine and Family Medicine. Additionally he has been awarded the designation of Fellow for both the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Obesity Medicine Association. Within OMA, he is active in developing educational content for other obesity medicine physicians and conducts the couse in behavior management for the O.M.A. board preparation course to help physicians earn their certification through the American Board of Obesity Medicine.

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Dr. Carl Knopke